'Here' is a paste up mural created with Shannyn Higgins for the City of Darebin. The work involved many members of the local community, specifically the local football and cricket clubs that played on the reserve behind the clubhouse (Donath Reserve, Reservoir).
DO AS I SAY
LOVERS WALK SOUTH YARRA 2015
‘Do as I say, not as I do’ – the unfairest of instructions, often heard as a child and sometimes also as an adult, forms the basis of this work – a large scale paste up installed in South Yarra for Uncommon Places II as part of Melbourne Fringe 2015.
AS I KNEW IT
SPIRITOUS AWARD 2015
‘As I Knew It’ delves into the lives of two teenage girls who lived on the land where the Abbotsford Convent now stands through different periods in time. The stories of these young women have been told via two larger-than-life portrait paste-ups installed as temporary works on the grounds in April 2015.
Spiritous is an Abbotsford Convent Foundation (ACF) funding initiative designed to support and deliver artistic activity across the site.
A COLLABORATION WITH YANDELL WALTON FOR WHITE NIGHT MELBOURNE, FEBRUARY 2015
This site responsive work incorporated a large scale figurative paste up with overlaid animated projection by Yandell Walton. The work investigates transformative states, specifically between life and death using ephemeral media.
Exodus - for White night Melbourne 2015
SMITH ST PROJECT
SMITH STREET PASTE UP MURAL 2012
Commissioned by Banco Group and Mars Gallery as a temporary artwork along a development site on Smith St in Collingwood, this 10 meter paste up was installed December 2012 as a Christmas themed work and remained until March 2013.
Smith Street Art Project
INNOCENCE OF THE APOCALYPSE
A COLLABORATION WITH YANDELL WALTON FOR MELBOURNE FRINGE, SEPTEMBER 2013
Innocence of the Apocalypse was an immersive installation incorporating projection, illustration, sculpture, performance and sound. The collaboration bought together projection artist Yandell Walton and I for a three night event as part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival 2013 and was supported by City Of Yarra.
Innocence Of the Apocalypse
Video and editing by Jim Arneman
ART DE LA ROO
Art de la Roo was an outdoor exhibition that aimed to expose the exploding street art scene of Australia, to Toronto, Canada through long distance pasting.
TORONTO, SEPTEMBER 2012
Curated by myself and Christy Shapley, paste-ups were created by 26 Australian artists, sent from Melbourne to Toronto and then put up in surprise locations around the city. The work was installed by myself and co-curator Chisty Shapley and our street team to coincide with the massive contemporary art event Nuit Blanche.
The exhibition opened with a bicycle tour on September 28, 2012.
VARIOUS LOCATIONS 2011 – 2014
Paper Crown was a piece created for an exhibition in Sydney, that then became a versatile paste up. I used this work to play with colours, pattern and collage. Pasted mostly in Melbourne, but can also be found in Montreal.